Under federal guidelines, Clayton State University is responsible for reporting to SACSCOC any changes that are a “significant modification or expansion” (SACSCOC, 2009) from what is part of our accreditation. The time period and required information for reporting varies depending on the extent and type of change. All changes to program curriculum, course delivery method and type, location of offerings, and required credit hours must be reported to Clayton State’s SACSCOC Liaison, Dr. Jill Lane, in ample time to determine if reporting is necessary and to allow for the completion of forms and approval and review by SACSCOC. Any questions about reporting should be directed to Dr. Jill Lane.
Timeline for Substantive Change submissions and reviews by SACSCOC:
Proposals involving sites and programs (effective as of Jan 1, 2017):
Proposals involving mergers, change in governance, sanctions, level changes (effective as of Jan 1, 2017):
Please consult the sections below for specific information on the timeline and paperwork needed.